Change size of Partitions on Hard Drive

  Border View 16:08 30 Jun 2007
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I have an Acer Aspire 164ZWLMi Laptop. Its specification is an Intel Pentium M processor 735A (1.7GHz, 400MHz FSB, 2MB L2 cache. Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900; 60GB HDD, 512 MB DDR2(support dual-channel).

I run XP Home with SP2

My hard drive came partitioned between C and D as follows:

ACER(c:) Local Disk, File System FAT32; Free Space 8.44GB Total Size 25.7 GB

ACERDATA (D:) Local Disk, File System FAT32 Free Space 25.9 GB Total Size 26.2 GB

The only information I can find on the D drive is something about a Verbose logging last November 2006. I bought the laptop in August 2006.

After all that my question is can I change the size of the amount of space dedicated to D and transfer some of it to C drive.

I would appreciate your comments and help please.

  Batch 16:12 30 Jun 2007

You certainly can - but you need suitable software to do it. Something like Partition Magic or search Internet for freebies

  Batch 16:14 30 Jun 2007

Alternatively you could move some of your data to D:. See click here for more info.

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